For lovers of literature, an author or even a particular book can be a good enough reason for a holiday. So, it’s not surprising that given 2017 is set to be a bumper year for literary anniversaries, VisitEngland has designated it “Year of Literary Heroes”. Read on to find out more.
Spring has arrived late in our area. Many guests visit this part of England in order to visit the surrounding country houses and gardens. The gardens are at their best in late May and early June for spectacular floral displays. Montacute House, Stourhead, Barrington Court, Tintinhull and Lytes Carey are some of the most popular.
Walking holidays in Britain are a healthy and invigorating way to discover the nation’s countryside. Few counties though have as much picturesque coastal scenery as Devon, and bracing walks along cliff sides and beaches may be just what the doctor ordered. Fortunately Devon’s entire coastline is covered by the South West Coast Path, so there are plenty of marked trails and resources that will help you to get the most out of your time there.
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